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Hi mates.

I am about to do ACS's assessment. Have a question about the met date for my particular case:

- Started my Information system bachelor's degree in Jul 2008.
- Got graduated in Aug 2012. (4 years)
- Started working as Analyst programmer in Dec 2008.
- Still working in the same role today.

What suppose to be mine Met date?

Thanks in advance.

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Hi mates.

I am about to do ACS's assessment. Have a question about the met date for my particular case:

- Started my Information system bachelor's degree in Jul 2008.
- Got graduated in Aug 2012. (4 years)
- Started working as Analyst programmer in Dec 2008.
- Still working in the same role today.

What suppose to be mine Met date?

Thanks in advance.
The met date is Aug 2012.

you can check the guideline document for similar examples:
https://www.acs.org.au/content/dam/a...Aug%202018.pdf

check page 5 for how they calculate the met date

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Thanks for replying.

Yes, I've actually seen the guideline document, although there are examples for Working experience before and after the degree, not for paralleling working experience and studying. That's why I got this doubt.

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Yes, I've actually seen the guideline document, although there are examples for Working experience before and after the degree, not for paralleling working experience and studying. That's why I got this doubt.
Yes you are right about the concern. My understanding is that as long as working experience have more 20 hours per week it should be considered. However, this understanding is not based on real example that I faced, so to make sure you can contact ACS by email and ask them before submitting your application (if it will change your decision)

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Yes you are right about the concern. My understanding is that as long as working experience have more 20 hours per week it should be considered. However, this understanding is not based on real example that I faced, so to make sure you can contact ACS by email and ask them before submitting your application (if it will change your decision)
You can ask ACS but as it involves a lot of calculations, their probable answer will be that you have to apply and then only they can give the decision

But no harm in trying

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Hi mates.

I am about to do ACS's assessment. Have a question about the met date for my particular case:

- Started my Information system bachelor's degree in Jul 2008.
- Got graduated in Aug 2012. (4 years)
- Started working as Analyst programmer in Dec 2008.
- Still working in the same role today.

What suppose to be mine Met date?

Thanks in advance.
Hi,

Did you submitted ACS? and any answer for your query from ACS? I too got similar situation.

Thanks.
Regards,
SRK

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